REWIND-A-WAI #103: WWF Greatest Hits (1991 VHS)

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John Pollock & Wai Ting review WWF Greatest Hits, a 1991 Coliseum Home Video featuring commercials, “music videos” and televised matches featuring The Ultimate Warrior, Ted DiBiase, Texas Tornado, Mr. Perfect and more.

They discuss the seemingly random assortment of matches chosen for this rare release, WWF Hasbro action figure commercials, the mysterious case of the exclusive “music videos” within, its terrible cover art, and more.

Espresso Executive Producer Brent Nicol joins us to discuss his selection before going through the Trivia Gauntlet.

WWF Greatest Hits

Released: April 25, 1991

  • WWF Intercontinental Championship: Texas Tornado (c) vs. Mr. Perfect
  • Rick “The Model” Martel vs. Marty Jannetty
  • Hulk Hogan & Tugboat vs. Rhythm & Blues
  • Big Bossman vs. The Barbarian
  • WWF Championship: Ultimate Warrior (c) vs. Ted DiBiase

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Fun listen guys, as always.

I want to say - John asked what somebody might be attracted to when renting tapes back in the day. To me, one of the biggest factors was length. Anything below 120 minutes, I’d skip over. I wanted most bang for my buck. PPVs were the top of the pile, and then compilation tapes. A 60 minute VHS would have felt like a waste of a rental.

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Just started. If there was supposed to be sound during the first half a minute or so before you started speaking, it wasn’t there.

The issue is on your end - sounds fine here.


Okay. Thanks for letting me know.

There was a bad upload in the first hour or release that was replaced shortly after. I would try deleting and downloading again.

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After the barn cats ate his toy wrestling ring ropes, I could just imagine if @BrentyTenty was growing up with todays wrestling product, he would have immediately asked his Dad for some barb wire and he would have restrung those ropes so he could have had a Canadian Barb Wire Deathmatch.


I grew up right around this era and I used to have a bunch of these Coliseum Home Video tapes. The cool thing about these tapes is that they would always end up in the bargain bin at Walmart, which made these tapes less expensive.

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